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    Russian version of the T~Dub?

    Except 2 Fat Tires and a bit more lightweight

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    all that and a yugo too!

    while it looks pretty cool, i'm afraid i'd crack that frame on the first berm i hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeband View Post
    all that and a yugo too!

    while it looks pretty cool, i'm afraid i'd crack that frame on the first berm i hit.
    Pretty sure that's a VAZ 1111. I do love the bike though, especially since it is 2wd!
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    Pretty Cool...floating TW.

    The best part was when he propped it up and climbed up on it like a ladder.
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    That's about how I ride
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    Is it inflatable?? Looks like it has about 50 psi too much air. And the way he throws it around it's gotta be pretty light.

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    That's cool!

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    Anyone know who makes it?

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    okay, that's cool! Maybe not a TW, but good God, I could throw that in the back of my wife's Yaris, slap the thing together, and go mudd'n?

    At first I thought the balloon tires might look weak… But he was riding it in an abandoned building, that would imply nails, plus other tire popping objects. opinion: simple, purpose built, light weight, most likely easily repaired.

    I'd throw one of these in my preper's kit, right next to a Kalashnikov! m.

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    What a great for a bush bike. Looks like it would be all over a rokon. Takes a bike to a new level, reminds me of the inflatable airplane developed to drop to fliers that got shot down that could be dropped in pumped up and flown away.
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